Are Federal criminal charges different from State criminal charges? Yes, in many ways. First of all, when a person is charged with a Federal Complaint or Indictment, he or she is not entitled to bail. The Court has full discretion in allowing the accused to be released from custody if and only if conditions can be met to reasonably assure the accused is not a danger to the community and the accused is not a flight risk. With certain charges, it is presumed that an accused is a danger to the community. An experienced criminal defense attorney, like Ms. Bermudez, can guide you through this difficult process. The Federal System is complicated and unique. Anyone charged with a federal crime should retain a lawyer who has extensive experience in federal criminal defense. Ms. Bermudez prides herself in understanding the complexities that go along with practicing in federal courts, but also with building relationships with her clients that allow her to portray the person she is representing as a person with a life and a future and not just a faceless number on a docket.
Trust the Law Office of Monica L. Bermudez to aggressively fight for you and your rights.